Beef tenderloin doesn’t only need to be slow roasted once a year for the holidays with minimal flavor. Make it for any meal — buy medallions to bring the cost down — and play around with sauces and rubs.
We’re sure you’re an amazing cook. But a holiday meal is no time to wing it. Pay attention to temperature, carve well, and up your plating game to make a great meal even better.
You asked the butcher for a holiday gift guide, so he answered. Here are his favorite pans, salts, vinegars, local goods, and a whole lot more.
We’ve been toying with the idea of a community cookbook for a while. A customer comment on Facebook about a pot roast with root vegetables prompted us to launch it. Send us your recipes!
You ask the butcher, Josh Applestone answers. In this edition: the art of cooking porterhouse, easy-to-chew cuts, the best ground, and the right internal temperature for pork.
Though it may sometimes seem otherwise – especially in the middle of outdoor grilling season — there’s so much more to beef than steaks. There’s brisket and bones and roasts and the most wonderful braiseable cuts, to name a few things. Here’s how to cook it all.
Beef can be cut a lot of different ways which results in many kinds of steaks. It can be confusing when you start factoring in national and even regional steaks. Here’s a breakdown of the steaks we cut, what they’re like, and the best ways to cook them all.